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this might sound like a soap opera, this is a security worry. general john allen a commandser in afghanistan is now involved in the scandal. >> i understand protecting people, i don't understand doing it in a cloud of secrecy. >> reporter: feinstein and others in congress want to know why they had to learn from news reports about the fbi investigation of the cia director. >> there are questions about timing of just as a tradition to notify congress before we see it on tv. if it involves national security though that's a different story. >> reporter: even the white house wasn't told until after the election. >> one of his top people is subject to compromise. >> what's surprising about the petraeus incident is in some ways his mr. clean imagine which was eroded. >> reporter: jack sintrine knows this is hardly the first time a powerful washington figure has been involved in a sex scandal. but few have been so far reaching stretching from washington to central command in florida to afghanistan. >> how do all of these things sort of accumulate and add to public cynicism and public mistrust of lea
:00 a teenager is being remembered tonight 30 years after she was murdered. ktvu's john sasaki tell us her killer has never been arrested even though community members claim they know who did it, john. >> reporter: julie this is the church where 14-year-old diana lin johnson worshiped 30 years ago tonight the community came together to honor diana and to call for her killer to be arrested. three decades after diana lin johnson was killed her friends are still overcome with emotion. diana was last seen at a party down the street from her vacaville home 30 years ago from tonight. her beaten and strangled body was found the next day by some near by railroad tracks. one of her friends says she remembers the day like it was yesterday. >> i had never experienced this evil and i had no idea it existed. i probably stood this shivering in complete sadness for about an hour until i was able to get myself to leave the horrific murder scene. >> but friends also remember the good times. >> reporter: at the time vacaville was a small farming town where it seemed everyone knew everyone's business. many say the
in california prisons the state is looking to drop warrants for some parolees. ktvu's john sasaki obtained a memo for what some are calling a get out of jail free card. >>> some parol offenders are about to have a very bad day. these men are members of the aprehe apprehension and they go after some very dangerous people. it's going to get more sparse soon. on this day we rolled along as they took parolees to custody. two sex offenders they could see was violating -- but right now the state is considering discharging 10,000 parolees at large from state parol. they will always pursue nonserious sex offenders that will be left on the streets. for now be that will change too. >> for anyone who has committed a crime but others who have committed violent crimes, then the question is what are the issues. often a more efficient way to deal with offenders who have committed lower level offenses. >> it's irresponsible on the state's part to make such a decision that would have impact locally on our violent crime. >> oakland police chief howard jordan is concerned about the change who says his city
mandated tax increases and spending cuts come january 1st. republican leader john boehner called the meeting constructive saying a deal is possible with conditions. >> to show our seriousness we've put revenue on the table. as long as it's accompanied by significant spending cuts. >> the impact of the fiscal cliff would be widespread. for example all tax cuts that took effect a decade ago would end. and domestic programs would be reduced bid that same amount. that optimism in washington helped wall street temporarily stop its postelection slide. the dow closed 45 points higher today. the nasdaq gained 16. the markets rallied higher after the remarks from the president and congress. >>> former cia director petraeus was back in capitol hill today exactly one week after he acknowledged an extramarital affair. as john fowler reports, lawmakers questioned the four star general about the deadly attack at the u.s. consulate in libya. >> reporter: retired general petraeus apologized to lawmakers for his apair that led to his resignation last week. reveals a military culture of sexual cor
who went into the water. it exploded, and four of the 11 survivors suffered major burns. >>> john mcafee now said he never left his sprawling belize compound but he still fears police who want him for questioning. police want to talk to mcafee about the shooting death of his neighborhood last sunday. he told several reporters by phone he was on run and in fear for his life. a police spokesperson said his office is aware of mcafee's latest claim. >> coming up we'll have much more on the breaking news in menlo park where a man was killed during an armed robbery. >> thanksgiving comes out with the china and plates and we have everything you would have on a normal thanksgiving table. >> only he's talking about thanksgiving to go. the lengths some people are going to to try to cash in on the black friday deals. >>> the one city that is set to benefit from new efforts. >>> and you can get news to go on your cell phone. just download the ktvu app and watch our newscasts live. be connected any time, anywhere. >>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleep world. look at you guys wi
giant >>> tonight the excentric john mcafee told wire.com that he had nothing to do with the death of his neighbor in belize. police call mcafee a person of interest in the killing of a 52- year-old builder from florida. he was found shot to death yesterday. last week that building had filed a complaint claiming that mcafee had fired off guns. mcafee tonight says he is in hiding and will not talk to police in belize willingly because he says he's afraid they will kill him. >>> ktvu's noelle walker takes us on a historic tour to places not seen by the public in more than 50 years. >>> coit tower is iconic san francisco. it's a look out where tourists look out ward but few take the time to look inward. >> it's a little like getting part of my father back. >> reporter: lilly is granddaughter of coit who donated to build the tower. >> so here i am at age 11. >> reporter: ruth gottstein's father was one of coit tower principal tower. he painted himself in the library and importallized his daughter. >> do you see yourself in there? >> yeah. >> reporter: so we're heading to the second flo
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